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Over 30 years of physiotherapy experience

Andrew Webster

Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
(Awarded by Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2015).

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Dedicated to hands on treatment

Andrew has recently been awarded the title of “Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist” by  the Australian College of Physiotherapists.
This title is only awarded to physiotherapists who have attained the highest level of expertise in their particular field of physiotherapy.

 SPECIAL AREAS OF INTEREST & TREATMENT PHILOSOPHY

“I have a wide array of clinical experience ranging from elite and sub elite sports injuries to complex musculoskeletal presentations
involving the spine and the peripheral joints.”

“I believe in a hands on approach to treatment including a comprehensive examination and diagnosis. From here I develop an individualised treatment strategy including an exercise and self management programme to get you back to your best.”

Andrew is:

  • A registered Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
  • A member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • An accredited Workcover Provider
  • Department of Veteran Affairs Provider
  • Registered with all private health funds & CTP insurance companies
  • A partner at Body Balance Physiotherapy since 1996.

– EDUCATION –

Fellow of The Australian College of Physiotherapists 2015
Masters.Health.Sci. (Manipulative Physiotherapy) 2003
Grad.Dip.App.Sci. (Manipulative Physiotherapy) 1993
B.App.Sci (Physiotherapy) 1987

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– EXPERIENCE –

Andrew has been a physiotherapist for over 30 years.

He worked as a graduate intern physiotherapist at Prince of Wales/Prince Henry Hospitals and after working in the UK returned to take up a senior physiotherapist position at Royal South Sydney Hospital.

After a number of years in private practice in 1996 he started Body Balance Physiotherapy.

He has a wide array of clinical experience working with children, elderly patients and high performance athletes. Andrew also currently tutors an advanced musculoskeletal course at Macquarie University for doctorate physiotherapy students.

– SPECIAL INTERESTS –

“My areas of interest are broad and I enjoy a varied caseload ranging from more simple ankle sprains to complex spinal presentations… whatever walks (or limps!) through the door!”

Andrew has a wide array of clinical experience ranging from elite and sub-elite sports injuries to complex musculoskeletal presentations involving the spine and the peripheral joints.

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Over 30 years of physiotherapy experience

Lyndell Webster

B.App.Sci. (Physiotherapy)

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Dedicated to hands on treatment

 SPECIAL AREAS OF INTEREST & TREATMENT PHILOSOPHY

“My main area of interest is in Aged Care, in which I have nearly 30 years of experience. I have been a physiotherapist for over 30 years and a partner at Body Balance Physiotherapy since 1996.”

Lyndell’s work involves domiciliary and community based rehabilitation work, consisting of home visits to elderly and/or housebound people in the Eastern Suburbs region, including Mascot and Botany. 

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Lyndell is:

  • A registered physiotherapist
  • A member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • An accredited Workcover Provider
  • Department of Veteran Affairs Provider
  • Registered with all private health funds & CTP insurance companies
  • A partner at Body Balance since 1996.

– EDUCATION –

B.App.Sci. (Physiotherapy) Sydney University 1987

CURRENTLY
Research Physiotherapist at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA)

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– EXPERIENCE –

Lyndell did her physiotherapist internship at Prince of Wales/Prince Henry Hospitals then worked in the UK.

Returning to Australia in 1990, she worked at St George Hospital and then Calvary Hospital for a total of 12 years.

Lyndell started doing home visits from Body Balance Physiotherapy in 2002 to elderly patients. It is still a focus of her work today.

Currently she is also working at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) with the Falls and Injury Prevention Group researching the benefits of exercise in people with cognitive decline and dementia.

– SPECIAL INTERESTS –

Her main areas of interest include aged care including:

  • General mobility problems including people with cognitive impairment
  • Rehabilitation – Fractures and joint replacement
  • Musculoskeletal problems – Arthritis, limbs, back and neck pain
  • Strength, balance and coordination rehabilitation and training
  • Neurological problems – Stroke (CVA), MS and Parkinson’s Disease
  • Respiratory physiotherapy – Acute or chronic lung disease, and;
  • Rehabilitation post hospital stay.

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We have over 30 years experience in treating musculoskeletal problems and elderly patients.

For questions or appointment bookings please do not hesitate to contact Andrew or myself:

 (02) 9399 3248  
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